Race Equality and Minority Achievement Service
Improved outcomes for EAL and GRT pupils
The Race Equality and Minority Achievement Service (REMA) service provides a range of advice and support to schools working with pupils from ethnic minority backgrounds who are at risk of underachievement, including those learning English as an Additional Language (EAL) and Gypsy Roma Traveller pupils (GRT).
REMA services are delivered through a countywide team. The role of REMA is to assist schools in raising achievement and improving outcomes for ethnic and language minority children and young people and to promote inclusive practices and equality. The type and extent of intervention is negotiated and agreed with individual schools buying the service, depending on their requirements and priorities.
If you need further assistance to arrange REMA support via the portal, or if you would like further information, please contact us via email or phone
For full details and costs of services, please see the attached brochures for academy and maintained schools